auditory canal


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Related to auditory canal: External Auditory Meatus, ear canal, oval window, ears, Internal Auditory Canal
  • noun

Synonyms for auditory canal

either of the passages in the outer ear from the auricle to the tympanic membrane

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The mass extended to the orifice of the left external auditory canal.
The new-age hearing aids are not visible to others and can be placed within the auditory canal.
This can be seen with presbycusis, internal auditory canal (IAC) and cerebellopontine angle (CPA) tumors, labyrinthitis and CNS pathology.
Clinical findings include a mass in the external auditory canal and occasional otitis media.
We've been searching for an alternative product that gently cleans ears without harming the auditory canal and at last we've found it
Your outer ear catches sound and sends it into a little pipe called the auditory canal.
Arundo Muritanica (Reed): For mucus congestion of the nasal passages, burning and itching in auditory canal, loss of smell, sneezing
The patient subsequently returned for definitive surgical therapy, which consisted of resection of the mass, including the external auditory canal, tympanic membrane, malleus, and incus, as well as a portion of the left temporal bone and the left parotid gland.
This means that in addition to an appropriate antibiotic, successful topical therapy involves two other essential elements: removal of debris from the external auditory canal and control of granulation tissue.
Most people have very fine hairs that line the inside of the ear along the auditory canal.
Cortisporin(R) Otic Solution and Suspension are indicated for the treatment of superficial bacterial infections of the external auditory canal.
The spokesman said: "There are scientists who hold the opinion that since the auditory canal in children is smaller than in adults, there is a different amplification which makes children more sensitive to high- frequency sounds.
This vibration travels down the auditory canal and hits the eardrum.
It is an inflammatory condition of the external auditory canal, the outside ear.
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